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The case of Spanish-Moroccan-Algerian tensions over the GME pipeline demonstrates that if the EU wants Africa’s gas, it may also have to confront regional tensions and disputes.
Libya’s National Oil Corp. (NOC) reported on Sunday (May 1) that it had been able to recommence work at the Zueitina export terminal following a declaration of force majeure, at least on a temporary basis.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced a minimum wage increase of 12%, effective May 1, to cushion Kenyan workers against erosion of purchasing power.
Demand for petroleum products in western Kenya has increased as a result of transit consumers preferring to fuel locally due to price differential with neighbouring countries.
Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) says that the supply of jet fuel to airlines flying in-and-out of the OR Tambo International Airport is stable and continues to meet the demand of airlines.
Algeria's national oil company Sonatrach has launched a 60,000 barrel per day greenfield refinery in the eastern town of Hassi Messaoud.
A new contract award for Nigeria-Morocco Gas Pipeline (NMGP) FEED services has raised questions about the technical, financial and political obstacles facing competing projects.
Cameroon’s Energy Ministry is blaming Western sanctions on Russia for the fuel shortages that have broken out around the country, according to a report from Voice of America (VOA).